Gold Coast University Hospital Project Profile

Gold Coast University Hospital is a state government owned and operated hospital in Australia. Building the hospital fulfilled Queensland Health’s vision of delivering state-of-the-art health facilities and services that cater for the extraordinary population growth in South East Queensland.

Powerscape Fiberock® Aqua Tough™ interior panels were used throughout the construction for its abuse, moisture, mold and fire resistance and to provide a smooth surface that could be painted or finished with ceramic tile.

Gold Coast University Hospital is one of Queensland's largest clinical teaching and research facilities, providing specialized health services that meet the needs of patients and the learning requirements of students.

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people involved..

GCUH Architecture (PDT, Silver Thomas Hanley & Hassell Architects), Architect

Paul Langhome, Lend Lease, Managing Contractor

NWCI Commercial Interiors, Interior Contractor

Mewcastle Commercial Interiors, Interior Contractor

TAF Group, Interior Contractor

Neville Berry, Superior Walls and Ceilings, Interior Contractor

project scope

550,000m2

750 bed hospital

special factors

state-of-the-art health facilities to be built on time and on budget

project cost

$1.76 billion